The relationship between beauty and singularity is changing, influenced by a trend for asymmetry, imprecision and dissimilarity. Hence, the arrival of savvy contrasts and combinations, with a dilution of traditional boundaries.
The African continent, already noteworthy for its youth and growth potential, is now gaining recognition as vector for radical optimism and new aesthetic influences.
At a time when fast-consumption society is eroding cultural differences, the appeal of concentrating on essentials is powerful, inspiring new spaces dedicated to silence.
Alongside the “rational rationalization” of tidy-mindedness, messiness and the philosophy of disorder are emerging as part of a new business ideology.